Protest Continues with Signs of Peace in Ferguson

After more than a week of violent clashes between protesters and police, there are signs peace may be returning to Ferguson, Missouri.
After more than a week of violent clashes between protesters and police, there are signs peace may be returning to Ferguson, Missouri. 
Protesters did take to the streets again overnight. However, people were out in much smaller numbers, according to police.
They say the latest round of demonstrations were more orderly.
It's been nearly 2 weeks since the shooting death of 18 year-old Michael Brown, at the hands of a police officer.
Attorney General Eric Holder arrived on Wednesday to oversee the federal investigation.
A grand jury is now reviewing evidence in the case.
It could take months to decide if the officer, Darren Wilson, will face criminal charges.

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